Hemmels, the world’s largest restorer of Mercedes-Benz SL motorcars, will present a stunning collection of three W113 280 SL Pagodas at The Elite, London, an exclusive event that showcases private jets, aircraft and helicopters along with luxury brands, classic cars, powerboats and yachts.
The three motorcars completed by Hemmels were restored at the company’s dedicated facility where over 30 classics are fully rebuilt per year. The average value of each motorcar Hemmels will present at The Elite is in excess of £300,000 GBP ($390,000 USD).
Offering a new car buying experience, Hemmels’ clients can order a Mercedes-Benz classic car in the colours of their choice along with bespoke options and preferences. Hemmels then restores the cars according to the exacting standards of its trademarked Neugeboren (“newborn”) Process where every car is fully dismantled and rebuilt from its bare metal beginnings over a 52 week period. Like a new car purchase, a full 12 month parts and labour warranty is included along with servicing options.
Recently Mercedes-Benz World welcomed its first Hemmels motorcar for display at its facility in Weybridge, UK. The motorcar, a 1968 280 SL “Pagoda” is prominently featured in the main reception area.
Hi-res photos of Hemmels completed cars and views of the production facility are available from the following link;
The Elite London runs from May 17-18 at Wycombe Air Park, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, SL7 3DP, UK.
Hemmels is pleased to welcome interested parties for a personal tour of the showroom and facilities through prior appointment.